Aaron Crow RHP (06-08) Kansas City Royals.
This will be Crow's 5th season in the Royals' bullpen.
Congrats to @acrow43 on being named to the #Mizzou Sports Hall of Fame! >> http://t.co/HHeJ9LcBj2 — Mizzou Baseball (@MizzouBaseball) January 20, 2014
Kyle Gibson RHP (07-09) Minnesota Twins.
Gibson spent part of 2013 as a starter for the Twins and was one of the final pitchers to make the Twins roster for 2014. He needs to prove he belongs at this level this season.
Video: #mntwins RHP Kyle Gibson on what it means to be the winning pitcher in Ron Gardenhire's 1,000th career win. http://t.co/af5eLLvbvi — Mike Berardino (@MikeBerardino) April 5, 2014
Ian Kinsler 2B (03) Detroit Tigers.
Ian Kinsler hungry, bruh #Detroit pic.twitter.com/b7ydpUUMis — Detroit On Deck (@DetroitOnDeck) April 2, 2014
Max Scherzer RHP (04-06) Detroit Tigers.
Scherzer won the 2013 American League Cy Young Award. He will be a free agent after this season.
In honor of opening day in the bigs, check out former Tiger & reigning AL Cy Young winner Max Scherzer's bobblehead pic.twitter.com/j07b8GdF5L — Mizzou Baseball (@MizzouBaseball) March 31, 2014
Doug Mathis RHP (05)
Round Rock Express (Pacific Coast League) Texas Rangers organization. In his 10th season in professional baseball, Mathis has been with several organizations, has been up to the major leagues and back down to the minors with several organizations (including a stint in Korea). For 2014 he is back with the organization where his career started. This will likely be a make-or-break season for his career. He either proves himself and moves back up to the Rangers, or they'll release him mid-summer, and from that point his future in professional baseball would be doubtful.
Brett Nicholas C/1B (10)
Round Rock Express (Pacific Coast League) Texas Rangers organization. Nicholas, who has been splitting time between catching and first base during his minor league career, was a non-roster invitee to the Rangers spring training camp. He has been steadily rising through the Rangers' farm system, powered by a productive bat and flexibility at defense. He's probably a long shot to make the major league club in 2014, short of a breakout season in Round Rock. But he's definitely a true big league prospect.
First day. Feeling fortunate to be able to put this jersey on! @MaxBatBaseball @LzSkinsBaseball @palmettosports pic.twitter.com/GBL7Hc1Z4f — Brett Nicholas (@bnicholas15) February 17, 2014
Nick Tepesch RHP (08-10)
Brock Bond IF (06-07)
The Bowie Baysox DL consists of Brock Bond, Dylan Bundy, Bobby Bundy, Andy Loomis— Orioles Nation (@Orioles_Nation) April 3, 2014
Tyler Clark RHP (08-10)
Ryan Lollis OF (06-09)
Phil McCormick LHP (08-11)
Matt Stites RHP (11)
Class A - Advanced
Eric Garcia IF (10-12)
Ben Turner C (09-12)
Finally in San Jose. Ready to get this season started. #SJGiants— Ben Turner (@B_Turner18) March 30, 2014
Rob Zastryzny LHP (11-13)
Blake Brown OF (10-12)
Blake Holovach LHP (12)
Waking up and going to a ball field, wouldn't wana do anything else.— Blake Holovach (@bholo14) March 7, 2014
Jake Walsh LHP (12-13)
Class A - Short Season
Evan Frey OF (05-07)
Leaving is always a tough thing. Headed to Colorado Springs to start the next part of the story. The supporting cast gets stronger every day — Evan Frey (@efrey14) March 30, 2014